We have a broad range of tools to help with everything from benchmarking costs and recording instances of blight, to choosing the perfect varieties of potatoes or cereals for your farm. Take a look at the list below and keep checking back, as we add new tools regularly.
Farmbench helps you to understand and compare your full costs of production at both enterprise and whole-farm level.
Calculate the cost of farm machinery, per hectare or per hour, with this simple calculator.
Calculate the carbon footprint of oilseed rape or cereals.
EWR has an important influence on the amount of nitrate leached and, thus, the nitrogen availability to a crop.
Calculate rainfall-related mycotoxin risk assessment scores automatically with this tool.
Navigate AHDB Recommended Lists trial data and identify varieties your unique situation.
Time your cereals insecticide sprays for aphid/BYDV control with greater accuracy.
Calculate the kg/ha of cereal seed you require based on seed rate and the thousand grain weight.
See the extent of risk of Sclerotinia infection of oilseed rape crops in your area.
Independent data on GB-certified potato varieties that have undergone independent resistance testing for key pests, diseases and pathogens.
Find all the recorded incidents of blight across the UK and sign up to Blight alerts.
Explore the varieties on the Recommended Grass and Clover lists for england and wales looking at attributes such as yield, persistency, quality and disease resistance.
Specifically designed for beef and sheep enterprises, this cash flow spreadsheet will help you quickly see when money is coming into and out of your business and where it’s coming from and going to.
The electronic medicine book for pigs (eMB-Pigs) enabling the industry to record more accurate on-farm antibiotic usage data.
This calculator allows you to input costings under three distinct rearing periods; birth to weaning, weaning to six months and six months to calving. Changes in management can then be inputted to see how they might affect these costs, for example, reducing the age at first calving from 27 to 24 months.
By selectively using sexed semen to breed replacement heifers from your best cows, you can reduce rearing costs by only rearing the heifers you need.
Input farm-specific data and see where changes can be made to improve the milk price on your current contract.